Welcome to GMC Hisham and congratulations on your first lesson. Your playing has a unique sound - looking forward to hear more of it!
Very metal, very shred, very awesome lesson puting this in my to-do list!
Oh my! So fast, very good, i might learn the slower beginning part only. At least people at any level can learn this one. Great lesson Hisham and welcome!
Great first lesson Hisham
One question though, what's the theory behind this exotic scale? I mean, what's the structure of the scale?
Sounds really great. looking forward to more from you. thanks.
It does sound middle eastern. Great job man.
Great first lesson Hisham,burning shred!!
Welcome to GMC and looking forward to more lessons from you!
Very cool first lesson !!!!! congratulations, it's an interesting lesson
I cannot express how cool that is !
that was a different one for sure, maybe play slow on playback and not slow-mo? hard to see and hear on slow-mo
Holy cow. The camera lags it's so fast lol. Nice work, and welcome to GMC!
Hisham your sound coupled with those scales is insane ! I totally dig this lesson, I hope there are more to come. Your sound and progression are magnetic man , great work
Wow! Great first lesson there Hisham, I wish I could play that fast. Hell, I wish I could see that fast!
Good job, keep it up!
Nice lesson and nice scale but the videos in slow motion have a bad sound. Can you fix that?
^^I know, man, thats pretty insane. Great first lesson.
This scale consists of the following notes, if you apply western classical theory to it:
so the differences from a major scale would be the 2nd and 6th are lowered a half step.
Very nice Style man!
One question ?Why does the video break at 34 sec and then come back in with you playing the next part?I even thing it does it 3 times throughout the whole video.Are you just layering the lesson or video and not playing it all at once?
thanks for all in GMC. really glad to me thats you likes my first lesson .just want to say: in this lesson i used two cameras sencronized to cakewalk sonar6 producer edition so you can produce audio /video in a good way.
"also many thanks to kristofer for his support"
see you in the nex lesson
Could you fix the slow videos so it's you actually playing it slow instead of just slowing it down with software? It doesn't sound very good at all right now, and is hard to follow.
Great song Hisham!! and you got a really interesting + cool picking technique
thanks again guys and thanks for every body on GMC
Hisham, congrat to great lesson! Just one tech question: How do you sync the audio and video in Cakewalk Sonar PE? I guess the secret lies around using smtpe, but dont know how to do it.
Very well done!!!
The whole track reminds me a lot of Perpetual by Malmsteen...
I like it very much! But I'm very far from PLAYING it though
Great lesson i want more!
thanks Carlos ...it will be
interesting and unique sound
If i had the time i would spend some serious time practicing this scale, as it would be a nice way to make my compositions more interesting
thanks for you Passion play. feel free to ask if you need a help
This lesson rocks so much! I hear it all the time, I've been looking for a scala with that sound for a while, very good Hisham! You rock
many thanks for you Niko feel free to aske if you need a help
Hi Hisham - I love this lesson. My main problem is that I don't have high speed internet where I practice so I use guitarpro for learning. I love the guitarpro tabs you did for your last lesson and I am wondering if you are going to tab this lesson in a similar fashion.
Hope so - I am looking forward to your next lesson.
The first part is cool, the second part is sick. Sounds Harmonic.